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Control Panel includes a “desktop selector” menu which allows you to load the configuration utilities from all installed desktops, KDE, GNOME, Cinnamon, MATE, XFCE4, LXDE, or Lumina, assuming that they are installed, or just the utilities that came with PC-BSD®. In this example, the user is currently logged into the LXDE desktop but they have chosen to view the GNOME utilities.The menu icon indicates the control panel view while “(current)” will be beside the desktop that is presently active.Figure 8.1d: XDG Shortcuts Configuration Any entries currently configured for the module will appear in the left side of the tab.Click an existing entry to display its details on the right.Figure 8.b: Desktop Selector Menu Switching between the icons in the selector changes the icons displayed within the control panel window to match those used in that desktop.
Figure 8.1g: Adding a Visual Option Several fields are available when adding a visual option.
Figure 8.a: PC-BSD® Control Panel The available utilities are divided into sections.
If you click a grey section bar, you can toggle between displaying (bar has up arrow) or hiding (bar has down arrow) its icons.
It then describes the files contained in a PBI module for those users who prefer to edit files manually or who want a better understanding of the components of a PBI module.
Once you have created your custom modules, refer to When you first launch Easy PBI, everything will be greyed out, as seen in Figure 8.1a.
The “Scripts” tab, shown in Figure 8.1e, is used to create custom installation and removal scripts for the PBI.